Tough look, warm heart.
Standing tall in less than ideal weather, the Roark Revival Men's Quarterman Jacket stands tall in less-than-ideal weather and delivers unrivaled style and all-day comfort when the conditions send the less-prepared running for the indoors. Crafted from a toasty, stretchy polar fleece with a cozy polyester lining, this jacket commands every situation it gets itself into, whether it be in the bar enjoying an icy beverage or navigating blustery nights on the snow-lined street. The quilted design keeps things comfortable, while the two front pockets hold your phone and wallet, as well as provide a warm shelter for frozen hands.
- Stretchy poly blend polar fleece
- Polyester lining
- Regular fit
- Hand pockets
- Item #ROR005W
- Q & A
Looks cool but there's better options
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: Medium
The pictures are accurate. The outside has a fleece like texture do don't expect any water repellency or easy time shedding food stains. I think the sleeves are too long for me. Every other part is true to size. I'll upload a pic so you can get a better idea.
Warmth and Comfort
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
The Roark Revival Quarterman Jacket is a super warm and comfortable causal jacket. I would prefer to have a jacket with a zipper compared to buttons though. Sometimes the buttons are hard to clasp together.
Roark Revival Quarterman
The Quarterman provided safe passage on his tender to the "Cat
Ba Imperial" junque boat. His role at the ship yard in Hai Phong proved vital in discovering the cargo hold detail of the old "Imperial" a 90% poly 10% spandex quilted polar fleece in the shape of poppy bulbs. 100% poly lining and lycra binded cuffs.
Roark Revival Volume 10
In Volume 10: "Strange Daze In A Hanoi Haze" we catch up with Roark in the steamy waterways and country roads of Vietnam. Fresh off a stint in Nepal, he seeks R&R in a land filled with evolving promise and the ever-present stains of war. Once again conflict rises within his minds eye as he seeks out freedom and the reconciliation of the pictures created by politicians, war films and the 1960’s anti-war movement. The collection spans four phases of Roark’s voyage: The chaos of Hanoi, the North Vietnamese countryside by motorcycle convoy, Ha Long Bay by Junque Boat, and the long trek to Da Nang. It’s inspired by cash crops, the psychedelics of war and peace, traditional Vietnamese textiles and the beauty of the lands waterways. The garments are sweat-stained, dirty and well worn. Join Roark and crew as they explore new dimensions and find peace amongst chaos and freedom.